Graphic Design

Antibiotic Wise: Say NAAAH! Campaign

Project Description

We have teamed up with Antibotic Wise and the BC Centre for Disease Control on their "Say NAAAH!" Campaign. It is important to only use antibiotics when they are needed. While antibiotics are warranted for some dental procedures, many toothaches and oral infections do not require antibiotics. However, based on your procedure and medical history, your dentist may recommend an antibiotic. Always let your dentist know about any medical conditions or changes to your health. In addition, antibiotics do not work for viruses like the flu. These two campaigns have been getting high visibility on the Vancouver transit platforms and in buses! We have also created several videos.
 

Let's Involve Women in Village Budgeting! e-Course

Project Description

We developed an e-learning course for Oxfam Canada that was part of a larger “Power Up” women’s empowerment project in Indonesia, which encourages women’s participation in the budgeting process. This interactive module inspires women to get the issues they care about on the village agenda and funded, while providing tips on how to navigate the process and overcome barriers.
 
To make the process more relatable and overcome low literacy barriers, we created a series of animated videos following the journey of a young Indonesian woman expecting her first child. The responsive HTML 5 course is optimized for mobile users and will be made available online as a web-application or it can downloaded offline as a free-standing module for desktop users. The videos with both Indonesian and English closed captions are also be available. This project has been very well received in the Indonesian villages it was intended for.
 
Check out the videos, click on CC for the English version.

Creating Spaces

Project Description

Creating Spaces to Take Action on Violence Against Women and Girls is Oxfam Canada’s flagship women’s rights project implemented in six countries. We created a story-based communications strategy and branded transmedia materials to help build capacity and amplify success among project teams and partners.

Client: Oxfam Canada

Living With Cancer book - Métis

Project Description

We created a support book called "LIving With Cancer, Everyone Deserves Support" for First Nations and Métis people living with cancer in BC. This was a project created by  partners Métis Nation BC, First Nations Health Authority, BC Cancer Agency and the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres. It was funded by the Canadian Partnerhship Against Cancer. It was a real honour to interview all the amazing people pictured in the book.

Living With Cancer book

Project Description

We created a support book called "LIving With Cancer, Everyone Deserves Support" for First Nations and Métis people living with cancer in BC. This was a project created by  partners First Nations Health Authority, BC Cancer Agency, the BC Association of Aboriginal Friendship Centres, and Métis Nation BC. It was funded by the Canadian Partnerhship Against Cancer. It was a real honour to interview all the amazing people pictured in the book.

Fostering Connections - Video

Project Description

In partnership with Agentic, we created a caregiver awareness and recruitment campaign to highlight the importance of both kinship care and foster care. In addition to print and other materials, we produced 5 videos featuring the amazing stories of BC families: Mitchel, Russell and DarrellLeslie and James, Guy and the longer mini-doc shown above.

 

 

 

 

Partners: Agentic, Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), the Adoptive Families Association of BC (AFABC), the Federation of Aboriginal Foster Parents (FAFP), and the BC Federation of Foster Parents Associations (BCFFPA)

Fostering Connections

Project Description

In partnership with Agentic, we created a caregiver awareness and recruitment campaign to highlight the importance of both kinship care and foster care. Featuring the amazing stories of BC families supporting young people in their care, we developed the messaging and creative, and ran the advertising campaign. We also produced four 30 second videos and a longer mini-doc.

Partners: Agentic, Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD), the Adoptive Families Association of BC (AFABC), the Federation of Aboriginal Foster Parents (FAFP), and the BC Federation of Foster Parents Associations (BCFFPA)

Naloxone Wakes You Up

Project Description

We created a video that trains youth how to recognize and respond to an overdose for the BC Centre for Disease Control's Take Home Naloxone program. We also worked with Inner City Youth to put together an art booklet based on a research project with street-involved youth in Vancouver who were asked about their experience with the program. Some of their meaningful comments are featured alongside illustrations by youth artists. Since these projects overlapped, we were able to work the youths' material into the video as well. Read a blog post for more details.

Clients BC Centre for Disease Control, Inner City Youth

Vancouver Coastal Health

Project Description

We created a series of graphics for Vancouver Coastal Health's Communicable Disease Control department to use in their ourtreach materials an on their website.

Give Something Big

Project Description

After a successful Take Back the Day tribute card campaign for Mother's Day, Inter Pares returned to us for the Christmas holiday season and we again managed the development and marketing of Give Something Big and its French counterpart, Emballez-vous! These campaigns featured 30-second video PSAs and a Flash-based “Do-It-Yourself” engine so donors could create their own animated, musical e-cards. We also held promotional online contests to spread awareness.

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